Each week it seems there’s a new email phishing scam attempting to break through our IT defences.
Here you will find a screenshot gallery of the latest scams we’ve found making the rounds. It is by no means exhaustive, but should help identify some of the common threats and their characteristics.
Click each image for a brief description of the scam and the tell-signs that indicate the email isn’t what it appears to be. Remember – Determining whether an email is dangerous is done by looking at the email as a whole. We list some of the key indicators below but often it is the combination of factors that make it apparent an email is dangerous.
Scam Email Screenshot Gallery
If you suspect an attack
If you suspect your organisation has been attacked, please shut down the infected device immediately and contact the Sentrian Service Desk on 1300 791 678 or email email@example.com.
Two key reasons why anti-malware has overtaken anti-virus
In the face of new and growing threats from ransomware, anti-virus software is proving insufficient. Ransomware and other fast-spreading threats have outpaced viruses to become some of the biggest […]
New ransomware attack hits Australian email accounts
A massive ransomware attack posing as Origin Energy has reportedly hit a quarter of Australian businesses this week. It follows similar email attacks in recent days with scammers posing as PayPal and […]
New Office 365 scam email targeting Australia
Australians are being targeted by a new fake email scam posing as a Microsoft Office 365 usage alert.&nbs […]